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python integration

I am looking for a method to integrate in Python, my problem is that I
do not want the summed up result. I need the result in the form of a
list (or array) with the x-values (or ranges) and the volume beneath
that section of the curve only.

Thanks in advance

Dee
Jun 8 '07 #1
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Dee Asbury wrote:
I am looking for a method to integrate in Python, my problem is
that I do not want the summed up result. I need the result in the
form of a list (or array) with the x-values (or ranges) and the
volume beneath that section of the curve only.
Why don't you then split up your integration interval, this gives
you the area below the curve in the respective interval.

Regards,
Björn

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